Thursday, September 11, 2008

Good News! The World Didn't End!

Thank you, Large Hadron Collider, for not sucking us into a black hole! (At least this time . . .cue scary music).

I'm trying to figure out what would be a worse way for the world to end: zombie takeover, robot uprising, or destroying the space-time continuum.

Here are my findings so far.

1) Clearly robots are worse than zombies. Robots are stronger than us, zombies are weaker. Robots are intelligent, zombies are mostly walking stomach. Robots have no pity or compassion, zombies can be killed with a shovel to the head.

2) On the other hand, rust, short extension cords, and the fact that we haven't invented true A.I. yet could hamper the robot revolution, and zombieism increases exponentially, so it could be a wash.

3) Whether or not paradoxes can actually destroy the universe is still theoretical (Evidence? Universe not yet destroyed.)

4) Still, at least we have a fighting chance against the robots and the zombies. How do you fight back against an imploding universe?

5) No matter what challenge we face, I'm pretty sure we can win if we put Ben Affleck, Will Smith, Jake Gyllenhall, and a ragtag band of working class misfits in a rocket and fire them into space.

What do you think?

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